Tuesday, September 13, 2016

High Power Car Voltage Regulator Power Supply Circuit using LM741 and 2N3055

Electronic Kit School. - There are many car industry that provide and offer best power source in it car to produce power supply for many electronic device like smartphone, laptop, tablets, and other. Usually this power source come from with USB connector to connect to other device to charge. 

Beside that, you also can provide yourself high power car voltage regulator power supply in your car that used to provide power for many electronic device mentioned above only using few components like LM741 IC, resistors, capacitors, transistors to build this circuit.

In this article we will give you one electronic circuit of High Power Car Voltage Regulator Power Supply Circuit using LM741 and 2N3055 like in Figure 1 below. The main component is used in this circuit are LM741 IC and transistor 2N3055. 

Circuit 

Figure 1. High Power Car Voltage Regulator Power Supply Circuit using LM741 and 2N3055

Component Parts

  1. LM741 IC
  2. Transistor 2N3055
  3. Capacitors
  4. Resistors
  5. Variable Resistor
  6. Switch SPDT
  7. Transistor BD241B
Description

Circuit like in Figure 1 above show you about the High Power Car Voltage Regulator Power Supply Circuit using LM741 and 2N3055 that give you one reference circuit to build by yourself of power supply in your car with high powering voltage regulator. 

From Electroschematics site that if you need a power and stable power supply in your car this circuit will fit the bill. It’s components are inexpensive and easy to acquire. Although it has a drop of 2 volts, it can handle loads of up to 100 watts at voltages between 1.8V and 10V. The 2 2N3055 transistors handle that power and need to be driven by a transistor. These are controlled with the 741 opamp and the voltage level is controlled with a potentiometer. If you are always going to output the same voltage, you can also set up a voltage divider to the input of the 741. The switch is used to provide the supply voltage, unregulated, if you need the full 12V from the battery.

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